I would like you to take a particular set of FLV controls and using the code provided by Vitalstream (a flash streaming service that hosts my flash video files), create an FLV player that will stream flash media from Vitalstream. I will provide you with code from vitalstream's service that you can use to test with. Vitalstream is a little different than other flash streaming services so if you've had experience with them that's a plus (though not required). I am attaching a file with a screenshot of the particular FLV controls I'm talking about. They are available in Flash 6-8. Resources to help you do this: Vitalstream provides a sample FLA player for download here: [url removed, login to view] And they provide a "MediaOps SDK" here: [url removed, login to view] All videos streamed through this player will be 645px by 405px, and the FLV controls should be 645px by 60px aligned bottom (exactly as you see in the attached screenshot). You can also see an example of how this should look and behave on this page: [url removed, login to view] (click any video. this is progressive download, though, and that's why i'm posting this project. i need streaming.) Lastly, if the FLV controls don't automatically provide it, i would like some sort of message saying "buffering" if there is buffering happening. I need the FLA you create as well as a working example of this player being able to play streaming video from my Vitalstream account (and, again, I'll give you code to test with).
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Flash 8, SWF enabled web browsers